Knowing how to select the appropriate shielding gas for the application can go far in helping obtain the desired welding performance and minimizing the downtime for rework caused by poor weld quality. Here are some of the basics of what you should know about shielding gases.
The variety of shielding gases used in arc welding can be confusing as to when to use which gas for which application. Here are some basic guidelines to follow.
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Victor G150, GT350 and GRF400 regulators from ESAB use a color combination on the gauge face that provides clarity for reading the needle position, with scale and red tick marks to indicate actual service pressure.
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